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Thursday’s transfer rumors – Real Madrid join race to sign Kane

Pjanic - Barcelona, Kane - Tottenham, Pedro - Roma
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Latest transfer rumors from around the footballing world, including Premier League, La Liga, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, and more.

Pjanic back to Juve?

Juventus are close to reaching an agreement with FC Barcelona over the transfer of Miralem Pjanic.

The Bianconeri are just €7 million short of valuation’s player of the 31-year-old midfielder, who won seven trophies during his first stint at the Allianz Stadium.

Juve, however, would have to cash in on Aaron Ramsey so as to lighten up their wage bill.

Kane linked to Real Madrid

Real Madrid are turning their attention away from long-term target Kylian Mbappe, with it looking increasingly likely he could stay put at Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

The La Liga giants have turned their attention to Tottenham’s Harry Kane as they seek to bolster their attacking firepower.

Kane is eager for a move away from north London and has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester City, although Spurs are unwilling to sell their prized asset to a Premier League rival.

It is unclear, however, whether Los Blancos would be willing to meet his €150 million valuation. [Fichajes]

Lazio set to sign Pedro

Atletico need several sales to sign primary target 

Atletico Madrid must sanction sales of several of their players before signing Fiorentina forward Dusan Vlahovic, reports AS.

Vlahovic, who scored 21 goals in Serie A last season, is supposedly the primary target for the La Liga champions as they look to bolster their frontline.

Those who could be sold in order to raise funds for the 21-year-old forward are Santiago Arias, Marcos Paulo, Ivan Saponjic, and Ivo Grbic.

Juve open to offers for McKennie

Juventus are ready to entertain transfer offers for midfielder Weston McKennie, according to Di Marzio.

The USMNT star is still a key part of Massimiliano Allegri’s squad but not untouchable, especially after the arrival of Manuel Locatelli.

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